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AWP Reform: House Bill Offers Choice Of “Average Sales Price” Or Bids

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Medicare Part B outpatient drug reimbursement would be based either on average sales price or a price determined through competitive bidding under the House Ways & Means Committee's Medicare Rx bill
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